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Joe MusashiDonkey Kong (VCS Remake) (2013)

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Donkey Kong VCS is a new conversion of the original arcade game for the Atari 2600 video computer system. Sporting 32K of ROM, this version for the first time features all four arcade stages as well as all cut-scenes. Additionally, the game includes multi-colored graphics plus arcade quality animations and sounds!


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Identifier: Donkey_Kong_VCS_Remake_2013
Scanner: Internet Archive Python library 0.4.6
Mediatype: software
Publicdate: 2013-11-15 11:49:36
Addeddate: 2013-11-15 11:49:36
Creator: Joe Musashi
Date: 2013
Year: 2013


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Reviewer: Tyler - 3.00 out of 5 stars3.00 out of 5 stars3.00 out of 5 stars - November 18, 2013
Subject: So so trip down to the early Donkey Kong
At DONKEY KONG title screen:

space bar = starts game
1 = Toggle between the 'US' and 'JAP' versions of the game
2 = "Resets" the title page loading

While Playing:

directional arrow pad (left and right) = moves Mario

space bar = 'Jump'

= key / F4 key Brings up the 'Color Palate'

p = pauses the action

2 = on the number row 'resets' the game to the 'KONG' falling letters screen.

F3 = 'resets' the game to the 'Developer Credits' screen and then going to the 'KONG' falling letters screen.

F11 = brings up some white text in the upper right corner "SKIP 0/10 80%" (The % value bumps / jumps around in number value. CPU load variations in the game maybe?)

F7 = brings up a white text that says 'SELECT POSITION TO LOAD FROM' (then by typing that key on the number pad, it says "LOAD FROM POSITION X" (X being the number you typed).

Gameplay: Fun, no sound. Mario is 'see-through' sort of. Not as fun as I remember it.